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Edgar H. Schein outlines the Leadership Lesson on his new book: 'Humble Inquiry'

Video excerpt from the TRIAS Workshop on "Culture, Process and Helping" on June 24, 2013 at the IBM Zurich Research Center in Rüschlikon. Edgar H. Schein, Pr... (Edgar H.

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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 23, 2013 6:31 PM

Humble inquiry; what an interesting title.

HR Trend Institute's curator insight, January 13, 4:13 AM

"People know stuff they don't tell"

Sandeep Gautam's curator insight, January 14, 12:47 AM

leadership being enabling your team memebers to voice their concerns without fear/ ridicule....

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Leading in the 21st century

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Wharton School professor Michael Useem scopes out the leadership challenges facing executives today:

 

Because the world is now more complicated and more uncertain, I think that on top of always having a great vision there will be a premium on thinking strategically and on being able to come back from setbacks, and maybe above all, on being very good at reading the increasingly ambiguous and uncertain universe we operate in.


Companies probably focus too much on the bottom line, too much on meeting quarterly analyst expectations, and this has cost us companies paying attention to what the country needs or what the world needs or certainly what the community requires.


 



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Elaine Cox's curator insight, August 1, 4:28 AM

I like the way he has identified that companies need to pay more attention to "what the country needs or what the world needs or certainly what the community requires".

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Leaders Of The Future Need To Be Courageous And Authentic Storytellers - Forbes

Leaders Of The Future Need To Be Courageous And Authentic Storytellers - Forbes | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders Of The Future Need To Be Courageous And Authentic Storytellers Forbes Pointing out that leaders and the practice of developing leaders are not immune to the “extraordinary transformational forces” familiar to us all, she writes that “some...
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20 Unique Perspectives on Leadership

20 Unique Perspectives on Leadership | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
perspectives on leadership - This collection of keynotes offers a variety of fascinating perspectives on leadership. Depending on the industry, the size of the company and th...

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InsideOut Development – GROW Model for Leadership Coaching

InsideOut Development – GROW Model for Leadership Coaching | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

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Patricia D. Sadar - Career and Leadership Acceleration Coach's curator insight, July 9, 4:00 PM

I love the GROW model and have used for multiple purposes!

 

What are some best practices and results you can share with us regarding waays you have used the GROW model?

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L.E.A.D with Emotional Intelligence

L.E.A.D with Emotional Intelligence | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Emotions and leadership are not separate ideas.  Positive leaders can uplift and energize teams to a new level of performance. Some people call emotions “soft” and un-business like. We all know the...

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Miguel A. de Jesus's curator insight, July 24, 2:22 PM

I absolutely agree with the lessons and perspectives learned through mastery of emotional intelligence.

Graeme Reid's curator insight, July 24, 8:46 PM

Truly effective leaders have a high degree of emotional connection with their followers. Emotions do matter.

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7 Secrets of Google's Epic Organizational Culture

7 Secrets of Google's Epic Organizational Culture | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
7 things that Google practice to take the title of best organizational culture a company could provide

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You Can’t Be a Great Manager If You’re Not a Good Coach

You Can’t Be a Great Manager If You’re Not a Good Coach | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
The most important thing is having the right kinds of conversations.

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Develop a Simple Business Plan by Answering Just Six Questions

Develop a Simple Business Plan by Answering Just Six Questions | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, July 20, 4:07 AM


Far too many small business owners, operate their businesses without ever preparing a business plan, and this missing link is often the chief reason they do not achieve their desired levels of success.


A business plan is not all that difficult to create, yet many business owners avoid the task, often because they are aware that a well prepared plan can expose gaps of many kinds that cannot always be ignored.


This excellent article, suggests that a business plan clearly identifies how much work lies ahead for a business to succeed in its chosen endeavour and provides a prioritised map of the path to follow, and it offers a six question approach that will provide all the answers needed to help a business owner to prepare a simple business plan.

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4 Characteristics Of Learning Leaders

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4 Characteristics Of Learning Leaders

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Eight Must-Have Competencies for Future Leaders

Eight Must-Have Competencies for Future Leaders | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Leaders tomorrow will succeed with a different skill set than that of today’s best. Smart leaders will spot the mid-career folks with greatest potential to become those outstanding future executives.

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donhornsby's curator insight, July 2, 9:42 AM

(From the article): But those are not enough. While leaders tomorrow will need these capacities to adapt to a turbulent world, the fundamentals of leadership will not change. The reason: leadership relies on mobilizing human skills. Always has. Always will.

Nancy J. Herr's curator insight, July 2, 8:55 PM

You can easily translate this corporate advice to the realm of education. 

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Top 10 Reasons Manager-led Coaching Counts

Discover, Share, and Present presentations and infographics with the world’s largest professional content sharing community.

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Changing OUR Mindset (Carol DWECK)

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9 Things Great Leaders Say Every Day

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People judge you by what you do--and by what you say. Here are nine phrases that should roll off your lips every single day.


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The Skills Leaders Need at Every Level

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Are some skills less important for leaders at certain levels of the organization? Or is there a set of skills fundamental to every level?



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David Wilson's curator insight, July 31, 6:18 PM

Are these inherent skills or do you think they can be learned?

Michael Binzer's curator insight, August 1, 4:02 AM

Yes. Motivation and inspiration. Many leaders forget that in their attempt to control things too much

Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, August 1, 11:10 AM

Well, I don't know... with "Practices self-development" on the last place, the "Establishes stretch goals" on the last but least, "Champions change" in the very final four, I don't know... a guy, who does not develop himself, not very much a champion of change and not aiming for stretch goals... how on earth could he be an inspiring, great leader?! These types of things are good so far as you don't start to think about them... great... Why do I sccop it then? Just to show the traps we all are falling time to time in these inflated 3 best widgets of motivation and then 7 main principles of teamwork, etc.... Trust in God and keep your BS-detector dry...:-)))

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Leaders who inspire: A 21st-century approach to developing your talent

Most companies' leadership models are missing a key element: inspiration. 


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Why Many Star Performers Are Wrong For Management Roles

Why Many Star Performers Are Wrong For Management Roles | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Smart organizations promote people into management who are likely to be good at managing. Weaker organizations promote people into management who are good at what they do but not necessarily good at supervising others or developing budgets or handling other burdens of management.

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Podium Power: 7 Steps To A Rock Solid Speech

Podium Power: 7 Steps To A Rock Solid Speech | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Public speaking is often cited as the number one most common fear, even before death itself. For some of us, high on the list of fears is the dread of listening to a speech that bores, patronizes, or otherwise wastes our time. Whether your next speech is before the local school group [...]

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Do You Feel Pressure Or Do You Apply Pressure?

Do You Feel Pressure Or Do You Apply Pressure? | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it

One obvious yet under-appreciated law of business physics is:

 

For any given company, the larger the company becomes, the more opportunities emerge to screw it up. 

 

Another obvious but not well-understood law:

 

The more screwed up your company, the more people will complain about it and blame you.

 

If we take these two together, it is easy to see that without intervention, the larger your company becomes, the more people will complain and blame you.


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donhornsby's curator insight, July 17, 9:16 PM

(From the article): If you are feeling overwhelmed and under competent, then you are very likely not applying enough pressure.

 
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An All-Call for a New Style of Leadership

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It’s time for a new style of leadership. Today’s employees want to work for an organization that they can feel proud of: an organization that has values and viewpoints compatible with their own; an organization that is oriented toward the long haul, working toward the prevention of ills, not just curing the symptoms; an organization that cares about morals and ethics, doing what is in the best interests of its customers; and an organization that cares about the impact it has on the environment. Employees want this because they recognize that such an organization will also care about them.


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10 Ways to Attract Top Talent by Improving Your Workplace Culture

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Getting top talent into your workforce holds countless benefits for your company. From an increase in innovation to better overall workplace engagement, the best employees in your industry will bring out the best in everyone around them. So, wouldn’t it be nice if the best employees were working for you? Convincing top talent that working for your organization is in their best interest takes more than just a sleek benefits package. While a meaningful job that pays well is something every high-level candidate is looking for, the recipe for hiring and retaining the best talent in your field also includes the context where work happens. A workplace’s culture can greatly influence potential employees, and if you want to attract and hold on to the best of the best, it’s time to consider improving your workplace culture.


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21st Century Work: Career-Readiness Isn't What It Used To Be

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21st Century Work: Career-Readiness Isn't What It Used To Be

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Allan Shaw's curator insight, July 8, 7:55 PM

This shift looks very attractive at first glance. I expect that movement in this direction will be less clear cut than that implied by this visual representation. Discussions with young adults especially recent graduates in the workforce would suggest this shift has started.

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Leaders Eat Last

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Being a true leader, says Simon Sinek, author of Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’'t (Penguin), isn’t about being in charge, having all the answers or being the most qualified person in the room. Instead, it’s about creating a “circle of safety,” a culture that leads people to feel protected and free from danger inside the organization.

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Nancy J. Herr's curator insight, July 4, 10:33 PM

Ideals of servant leadership carry you far in your organization. Additionally, they allow others to grow. 

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Business Manager :: The powerful connection of storytelling & coaching

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Why Many Star Performers Are Wrong For Management Roles

Why Many Star Performers Are Wrong For Management Roles | 21st Century Leadership | Scoop.it
Smart organizations promote people into management who are likely to be good at managing. Weaker organizations promote people into management who are good at what they do but not necessarily good at supervising others or developing budgets or handling other burdens of management.

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How to behave like a leader

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Many organizations espouse a set of “leadership competencies”; lists of abilities or traits that their leaders and leaders-in-training need to get proficient at.


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donhornsby's curator insight, February 23, 9:28 AM

Keep practicing until you feel the behavior is ingrained and sustainable; this is like developing a new habit. Leadership is a journey, not a destination, so have patience with yourself and know that the best leaders always have something they need to get better at.